Celt - Green Man Brewery
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Ratings: 4 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by lamarr04:
3.63/5 rDev +7.4%
500 ml bottle poured into a glass mug
A: Pours a rich dark brown with strong hues of red poking through when held up to the light.
S: Roasted malt faint whiff of chocolate and dark fruit and a strong alcohol presence.
T: Roasted bitterness and alcohol are the two most predominant flavors. There is a noticeable malt backbone but it almost gets lost in the lingering bitterness and alcohol heat.
M: Medium body with light carbonation. A bit watery with slick lingering finish.
D: Somewhere between a sipper and an easy drinker. could be a bit cleaner in flavor and mouthfeel.
05-19-2009 07:57:09 | More by lamarr04
More User Reviews:
3.7/5 rDev +9.5%
Bottle Notes- 500ml --> "This full strength beer, matured with Whiskey Oak for 3 months, then blended with a dark English ale has a full Malt character with subtle hints of Vanilla & Whiskey."
Appearance- A deep dark brown, almost black. A low head retention and low apparent carbonation. The head although brief is a standard 1/2 inch on my pour.
Smell- A moderate roasted malt body with a slight chocolate and a slight whiskey nose.
Taste- A big roasted malt body from the English ale I assume and a nice background of whiskey providing all the pleasant characteristics without the burning. A decent mouthfeel with medium body and appropriate carbonation. A pleasant mix and blend.
06-06-2009 03:29:17 | More by TubaManJack
2.63/5 rDev -22.2%
a: deep brown color with ruby red highlights, little head at all
s: roasted malts and alcohol
t: started off well with mix of roasted malts and alcohol, but didn't finish
m: medium body to start but finishes almost watered-down, little carbonation
d: this brew seemed to be half-done with a good start that turned watery and unfinished
01-02-2008 03:30:37 | More by belgbeerdrinker
New Zealand (Aotearoa)
3.55/5 rDev +5%
Cherry-wood brown with dark red highlights. Very small off-white head that disappears almost completely. Nose of roasted malts, ash, peat and alcohol. Slighty buttery at first giving way to a more roasted malt flavor. Smokey finish with an alcoholic aftertaste. Looks flat as paper but the carbonation is right on. Could use a fuller body. I had given up on Green Man under the old brewer. Glad I picked this one up at the Celtic Festival. Heres hoping the new brewer can keep improving and expanding the GM range.
11-22-2007 01:29:07 | More by VitBAficionado
Celt from Green Man Brewery
- out of 100 based on 4 ratings.